Why does Benford’s Law work? This law says numbers in a data set are more likely to start with low digits (1, 2) than high digits (8, 9), but there are exactly as many numbers in existence beginning with each digit. 418 viewsMarch 4, 2024MathematicsOther Question98.43K March 3, 2024 0 Comments Why does Benford’s Law work? This law says numbers in a data set are more likely to start with low digits (1, 2) than high digits (8, 9), but there are exactly as many numbers in existence beginning with each digit. In: Mathematics 9 Answers ActiveNewestOldest Anonymous Posted March 3, 2024 0 Comments [deleted] You are viewing 1 out of 9 answers, click here to view all answers. Register or Login

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